A pair of ladies' white doeskin leather day wear gloves with full pique stitching, embroidered with small beads, made in 1950's.

The gloves made from NewZealand lamb doeskin were washable and therefore very popular until coloured washable suede and glacé leathers became available

Donated by Marion Kite in July 2005.

2005.6. +A [111 +A]
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